With lots of behind the scenes drama including multiple directors, delays and going over budget, it’s a pleasant surprise that World War Z is as solid as it is, even though it doesn’t come anywhere close to reaching the greatness of the book.
It’s time once again for us to give out awards you actually care about to movies you’ve actually seen in the 7th Annual Kick Ass Awards.
Usually the detective or suspect on procedurals, D.B. Sweeney has also showed up in shows like 24, CSI and Vegas and movies like Fire in the Sky, The Cutting Edge and Dinosaur.
Skyfall had the best Bond opening weekend ever, which makes sense since it’s one of the best Bond movies ever.
Paranormal Activity 4 took the top spot at the box office this weekend but the series might be losing strength as it had the lowest opening ever for the franchise while Tyler Perry also had the weakest opening of his career.
Despite it being Halloween season, Sinister was beaten by both the returning champ, Taken 2 and based on real life thriller, Argo.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe debate whether it was a good idea to get Taken again, whether the end of Cabin the Woods justifies the build up, the best Bond theme songs, Wes Craven’s lost blaxploitation/horror hybrid The People Under the Stairs, weird mutant slang in The Dark Knight Returns and much more.
Taken exploded onto the action scene four years ago and cemented Liam Neeson as an ass kicking action hero. Now he’s back for Taken 2 but it unfortunately doesn’t live up to the original.
Liam Neeson destroyed the box office this weekend, doubling the take of the original Taken, while Frankenweenie had one of the worst openings for Tim Burton.
Liam Neeson is back to kick ass this weekend along with Tim Burton’s latest stop motion animated movie and a capella sing offs.